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Studio tech rising up

Last year we saw incredible advances, with the wider availability of machine learning and Augmented Reality (AR). These developments promise a new wave of automated production processes and the upward rise of virtual studio technology

FUJIFILM announces the X-T4, its top performing mirrorless camera yet

FUJIFILM South Africa has announced the launch of the FUJIFILM X-T4, the flagship model of the X Series range of mirrorless digital cameras and the long-awaited follow-up to 2018’s impressive X-T3

In conversation with award-winning female DoP, Gaopie Kabe

We spoke to award-winning cinematographer Gaopie Kabe about making her way in film, how she continues to thrive as a black female in a male-dominated industry and the process of shooting Lockdown season 5

Canon announces development of the 8K video-capable EOS R5

Developed with customer feedback and market needs in mind, the EOS R5 features high-speed, high-resolution, 8K video and exceptional image stabilisation

Vizrt Live Production Control Webinar: Tearing down the walls of the control room

In today’s landscape, there’s an emerging new vision of storytelling replacing the old way of production. It boils down to a single word, “software”

Tedial to demonstrate expanded MAM platform at NAB 2020

Tedial’s cutting-edge, award-winning SMARTLIVE sports and live events solution has integrated new cloud-based technology for a better viewing experience

Facilis to debut version 8 of their shared storage system and version 3.5 of...

At NAB 2020, Facilis will debut version 8 of the Facilis Shared Storage System, version 3.5 of its FastTracker Media Asset Management software, and new Object Cloud Synchronization features

The latest in LED tech at Movievision

This year, Movievision will help you step into the future with the newest fixtures in their product offering, all of which will bring your set bang up to date with the latest in LED tech

Atomos and Roland collaboration streamlines control of live, multi-camera content capture

On 28 January, Atomos announced a new technical collaboration that makes recording and monitoring a HD live-switched multi-camera shoot on Roland video switcher easier than ever

An interview with Rodrigo Prieto, The Irishman DoP

In this exclusive interview with Screen Africa, Prieto tells us about his approach to filming The Irishman, collaborating with Martin Scorsese and where he finds his inspiration from project to project
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